29 November 2013
Kitchen Garden magazine was nominated as finalist in the prestigious Best Magazine category at the glitzy Garden Media Guild Awards held this week at the Intercontinental Hotel on Park Lane in the heart of London. This the third year that KG has been given this accolade.
25 November 2013
The Butterfly Garden in Cheltenham has been chosen as winner of this year’s Gardening Against The Odds Awards, the fourth to be organised by The Conservation Foundation, in association with The Sunday Telegraph.
- Fancy a cuppa with style and design gurus?
- Enjoying your garden from your armchair in those quiet winter evenings
- Summer may be gone but the BBQ doesn’t have to be...
- Barking up the right tree!
- Great British Garden Revival
- Bumper harvest at Harrogate
- Tagged weevil project to find natural pest control method
- 150 years and still growing strong
- ‘A Century of Plant Science’
- New land advice service gets Welsh Government approval
CLOSING DATE: Saturday, 4th January 2014
Kitchen Garden is the UK's number one growing guide for growing your own fruit and veg. With top experts such as Steve Ott, Joe Maiden, Pippa Greenwood and Toby Buckland offering down-to-earth advice every month, you can rest assured that you'll be getting the best tips whether you're a beginner or an expert!
CLOSING DATE: Thursday, 2nd January 2014
Enter this month's super competition to win: 10 Nido hanging baskets 30 Wildflower Seed Carpets 6 prizes of a Paddock Chair plus a set of four torches Pair of Becky boots and a Pixie Poppins bag 6 £50 Organic Gardening Catalogue vouchers 10 sets of Heat Holders hats and gloves
2 August 2013
Each year there are some pests and diseases which are more troublesome than others but there’s no escaping the fact that there is also a hard core of problems which always seem to be attacking our crops. In the September 2013 issue of Kitchen Garden plant pathologist Pippa Greenwood takes a look at these and how to control them
Other Feature Articles
15 November 2013It’s a great time for planting fruit trees, if the ground’s not frozen or too wet, so that is what I intend to do.
15 October 2013All of my previous encounters with this spectacular looking fruit, the Medlar, up until now, that is, have been with mature trees in demonstration gardens, open to the public or one private garden in the grounds of the French Chateaux de Jonvilliers situated between Chartres and Paris. www.chateaudejonvilliers.com
20 November 2013
With the cold nights drawing in, Hillier Garden Centre in Eastbourne has been spreading the warmth helped by a celebrity guest.
Current Issue: Jan 2014
♦ Top tips for bigger, better crops in 2014
♦ Grow flowers to improve your veggies!
♦ 7 pages for beginners
♦ Prizes worth £2182 to give away
♦ The secrets of no-dig gardening
♦ Get fit and feel good
♦ Grow better broad beans
♦ Get more from your seeds
♦ Mini ciucumbers tried and tested
♦ Free veg seed & potato collection
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